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Have you tried Adalo? You can publish on the Play Store and App Store. As per their landing page, Draftbit will soon offer publishing to app stores as well.

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First of all that's such a cool hobby. Would like to check them out.

My go-to question is "how much does your team rely on spreadsheets?"
I think spreadsheets are either being used instead of SaaS…

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It feels like we solve each other's problem in a way. I'm still figuring out the best workflow from multiple sources (mostly Instapaper and Kindle) to Roam. In other words, I have a steady stream of…

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100% with you, it's very surprising.

On a day-to-day basis it may not be seen as much, but once operators see the bigger picture (as you illustrated it), they realize their downside is significant…

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Thanks for sharing, I'm listening to it now. And 100% agree on the spreadsheets aspect.

Here's a thread on turning spreadsheets into SaaS. It has very interesting mental models.

What's cool about…

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Commented on  SaaS Customer Service
a year ago

I think most SaaS approach this from a different angle. The most recurring support ticket(s) = new features to build or making the bugs that cause the problem high-priority. They are not optimizing…

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I run an agency that builds internal tools to SMEs and startups. At a high level, I'm usually replacing spreadsheets or manual labor. Occasionally, the tools I build replace a couple of apps in a…

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Data → Logic → Interface

Data

  1. Airtable. You can build a relational database here and you can integrate this with the tool you pick for your front-end. Deep dive on Airtable and leverage the apps…
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Great question. I think there may be some nuance but I usually do it for most proper nouns. Authors, books, startups, artists, podcast name, etc.

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I've always been an obsessive note taker. Back when Evernote was launched, I was hooked. I used Evernote for university, projects, movies I watched, etc. It was satisfying to know that I was building…

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